An Instructional Designer encompasses many tasks within their role, and it can vary depending on the needs of the company. However, the primary responsibility is to make assessments on the organisation and create and conduct programmes that fill any gaps in the knowledge of the company’s employees.
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The jobs that Instructional Designers are expected to complete will depend on the experience of the individual and the requirements of the organisation; however, the role can include (but is not limited to) the following tasks:
As the workplaces adopt alternative forms of learning, the role of an Instructional Designer will not only be required to develop structured courses but enable a supportive environment in which individuals can learn. Therefore, it is beneficial for Instructional Designers to have an understanding and experience of online community management, in addition to keeping up with the developments within this area of expertise.
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